Academic Catalogs

English (ENGL)

ENGL C060N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
Introduction to Esports  

Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

Introduction to esports will give students the basic knowledge regarding the industry focusing on the history and current trends. This class will explore the various career pathways one can follow with an English degree within this new developing industry. In addition to featuring industry professionals to provide up-to-date and relevant information, students will craft content they can use within the industry, like esports event promotions, player biographies, and game reviews. Noncredit. Pass/No Pass/Satisfactory Progress.(NOT DEGREE APPLICABLE.)

Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL C060N

    ENGL C065N54 Hours (54 lecture hours)  
    Technical Writing  

    Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

    Technical Writing introduces students and workers to professional communications for subjects and careers that may include vocational trades, business, health and medical, the sciences, computing, gaming, and more. Participants compose and edit reports, descriptions, instructions, specifications, memos, and other documents. This tuition-free course emphasizes precise and organized language that is audience-oriented and communicates complex information clearly. Noncredit. Pass/No Pass/Satisfactory Progress. (NOT DEGREE APPLICABLE.)

    Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL C065N

      ENGL C080N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
      Composition Support  

      Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

      Composition Support helps students in transfer-level courses from all academic disciplines refine their writings and interpret readings assigned in those courses. In a workshop setting students in this tuition-free, noncredit, supplemental course may upgrade their grammar, punctuation, organization, sentences, paragraphs, writing styles, formats, essays, study skills, and reading comprehension. This course is open entry/exit, so students may enroll when they need assistance. Part of the Preparation for College Writing certificate. Noncredit. Open Entry/Open Exit. Pass/No Pass/Satisfactory Progress. (NOT DEGREE APPLICABLE.)

      Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL C080N

        ENGL C090N18 Hours (18 lecture hours)  
        Freshman Composition Support  
        Co-requisite(s): ENGL C100.

        Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

        Students enrolling in Freshman Composition who wish for additional support may take this free, non-credit course that reviews grammar, mechanics, and academic reading and writing strategies through engaging activities and exercises. Concurrent enrollment in specified sections of English C100 is required. Noncredit. Pass/No Pass/Satisfactory Progress. (NOT DEGREE APPLICABLE.)

        Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL C090N

          ENGL C098N54 Hours (54 lecture hours)  
          Writing Sentences to Paragraphs  

          Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

          One of three tuition-free noncredit courses leading to the Preparation for College Writing certificate, C098N is for students who wish to improve their sentence-level writing. Students practice writing and rewriting sentences with correct grammar, sentence structure, punctuation, and syntax, culminating in short paragraphs in various modes. Noncredit. Pass/No Pass/Satisfactory Progress. (NOT DEGREE APPLICABLE.) Noncredit. Pass/No Pass/Satisfactory Progress. (NOT DEGREE APPLICABLE.)

          Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL C098N

            ENGL C099N54 Hours (54 lecture hours)  
            Writing Paragraphs to Essays  

            Grading Mode: P/NP/SP Non-Credit

            One of three tuition-free noncredit courses leading to the Preparation for College Writing certificate, C099N is for students who wish to improve their paragraph-level writing. Students will practice the expository writing process and learn the composition principles for paragraphs and short essays. Students will also review grammar, sentence structure, punctuation, and organization in order to express ideas clearly. Noncredit. Pass/No Pass/Satisfactory Progress. (NOT DEGREE APPLICABLE.)

            Catalog Program Pages Referencing ENGL C099N